Results tagged “Delaware”

Mother Nature didn't care that today marked a major milestone for Rehoboth Beach's annual drag volleyball game. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the scheduled game was cut short by heavy rain and strong winds. The event has happened every year except in 1990. As described in a 2008 article by Rich Barnett in Letters, a magazine produced by CAMP Rehoboth LGBTcommunity center, "That ... [Read]

With warm temperatures and clear skies, it was a perfect summer day yesterday in Rehoboth Beach, Del. But many vacationers skipped the surf and sand to attend the annual Independence Day Pool Party at 6 Futcher Drive. The theme of this year's party was "Winter Wonderland," and DJ Mike Reimer was melting the ice with hot summer hits to entertain the more than ... [Read]

When Steve Elkins suggested turning an anniversary party that was being planned for him and his partner, Murray Archibald, into an end of summer fundraiser in 1988, he could not have predicted that it would become an annual event that over the last two decades has raised millions of dollars for important LGBT services."So many people in our community now ... [Read]

Mautner Project heads to Rehoboth

Posted by Troy Petenbrink
July 16, 2012 10:23 PM |
Mautner Project will hold its Tea by the Sea Weekend in Rehoboth Beach, De. this weekend, Fri., July 20 and Sat., July 21. The annual event will kick-off with a party on Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Frogg Pond, located at 3 South First Street. Musician Viki Dee will perform. On Saturday from 4 p.m. to ... [Read]

Hundreds of gay men (and a couple lesbians) made the trek to Southern Delaware's LGBT-friendly Rehoboth Beach for the July 4th holiday to attend The Boys of 6 Futcher Drive's annual pool party. The theme of this year's party was "All American Circus," and the Futcher Boy's delivered by transforming their beautiful backyard pool into a virtual big top. With ... [Read]

The feeling that you have somehow been miraculously transported to South Beach when you walk through the doors of Dewey Beach's new Ivy restaurant and nightclub is exactly what was intended. "When developing the concept for Ivy, one of my first thoughts was of the Delano Hotel in Miami," said John Snow, one of the owners of Ivy. From that initial idea, Snow set out to create a space ... [Read]

It looked like a scene from "The Artist" as more than 150 guests dressed in black and white clothes crowded the Clear Space Theatre Sunday for a cocktail reception and a chance to snag some great art. The Black & White Beach Ball 2012 featured an auction of works by 25 invited artists, many represented by Rehoboth Beach galleries such as Philip Morton Gallery, ... [Read]

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